Palliative Care is treatment and support to relieve symptoms and improve quality of life for people with a serious illness that can not be cured.
Staff members at the Centre de santé de Chibougamau want to ensure that all goes well during the birth of your child at our facility.
The Cree Health Board Residential School Resolution Health Support Program, part of Maanuuhiikuu Mental Health Services, is here to help.
The Disability Programs Specialized Services (DPSS) department guides families through the process of applying for support under Jordan’s Principle
While a great number of people have been vaccinated, the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet. We must continue to work together to
Our traditional practices are an important connection and contribution to our social well-being as well as physical, mental and spiritual health.
The COVID-19 virus can survive outside the body on objects and surfaces but it is easily destroyed by soap and water or disinfectant
Give these instructions to a family member or friend helping with daily activities - eating, using the bathroom, walking, changing chairs, etc.
Self-Isolation Guidelines in effect under local Mandatory Self-Isolation Laws (MSIL) for people travelling to Eeyou Istchee from an area of risk.